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ATSU-KCOM students Adam Russell and Kristina Grant pose for a picture with Kirksville resident Janet Snyder.

Mindful therapy

Dementia can be a heartbreaking diagnosis for older adults and their loved ones.

Posted In: Features
July 11, 2018
Dr. Goldman stands between two students with his hands held up, as he performs a magic trick. The two students face each other holding an object between them.

Keep choosing joy

Stacie Segebart, PT, ’00, DPT, ’05, loves helping people. Helping people is the reason she chose a career in healthcare. For 18 years, she has helped her patients, passed along knowledge, and fixed some broken […]

Posted In: Features
July 11, 2018
Peter Le and Patrick Stender

For the love of community

To celebrate its 125th anniversary, ATSU is doing what it does best – educating its students while serving its communities.

Posted In: Features
December 9, 2017
Phillip Biston, Dr. Susan Thomas, and Dr. Craig Phelps

The big 1-2-5: ATSU celebrates its quasquicentennial

ATSU has made 2017 a year to remember. Throughout its 125th anniversary, the University has celebrated with alumni speakers, community health events, academic initiatives, special ceremonies, wellness activities, and a whole bunch of fun.

Posted In: Features
December 9, 2017
Drs. Beard and Wolff

Braving the storm: Miami-based alumni face Irma’s onslaught

For Cassandra Beard, DO, MPH, ’17, and Evan Wolff, DO, MPH, ’17, postgraduate residency took an unexpected turn.

Posted In: Features
December 9, 2017